There are 2 file types use the .JSF file extension:
1. Java Script Command File
To create a JSF file:
- Perform a set of tasks on your stage, for e.g., create a circle and fill in the circle with a color.
- Select those steps in the "History" pane (most likely in the top-right).
- Click the floppy disk icon to save the steps and name your command.
- Verify that your command was created by selecting from the menu, your command should appear at the bottom.
For Mac users, JSF files are stored in the following directory:
Macintosh HD > Applications > Adobe Fireworks > Configuration > Commands or Command Panels
For Windows Users, JSF files are stored in the following directory:
C:Program Files\Adobe Fireworks\Configuration\Commands or Command Panels
NOTE: Adobe ceased development of Fireworks in May 2013, but it is still available in Creative Cloud as the Creative Suite 6 version.
Convert to Grayscale.jsf - Preset command under theoption in the menu (held in the "Creative" folder in the directory) that converts your shape color to grayscale.
Updated: April 6, 2018
2. Project64 Joystick File
Joystick configuration file used by Project64, a Nintendo 64 emulator for Windows; used for mapping the buttons of third-party joysticks and controllers to standard Nintendo 64 controls.
Individual JSF files may be created for different types of controllers. This allows multiple third-party controllers to be used with Project64.
Updated: August 17, 2009